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robertrao
Quartz | Level 8

Hi,

While we reference a macro variable cant we keep in single Quotes????

'&Date' D

"&Date" D

I dint get the result when I put in Single Quotes!!!!!

Thanks

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esjackso
Quartz | Level 8

There is a difference in SAS between single and double quotes. Double quotes allow macro variables to be read within them while single do not.

EJ

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Linlin
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

you HAVE to use double quote.

esjackso
Quartz | Level 8

There is a difference in SAS between single and double quotes. Double quotes allow macro variables to be read within them while single do not.

EJ

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